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by Amy Gilman,Barbara Tannenbaum


The Ragmud Collection book. Amy Gilman, Barbara Tannenbaum.

The Ragmud Collection book. Start by marking The Ragmud Collection: Books by Aminah Robinson as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Six booklets housed in a folding case with die-cut and embossing, string closure; mini-books, multiple fold-outs and accordion folds.

The Ragmud Collection: Books by Aminah Robinson. I really have enjoyed feeling and looking at the quilts of Aminah Robinson. I say feel because the book itself is padded, not with fabric but still it has substance and adds to the effect of opening up a quilt. But this is more than a quilt book it is a history book that is etched in fabric. I love all the found art pieces the large stitches and the colorful fabrics that she used. I love the "collection" of thoughts that are embroidered into this book. I have enjoy reading it as much as looking at the pictures. In a preface, Robinson tells readers that Poindexter Village was built to replace a shantytown in Columbus, Ohio, a stopping place for blacks moving up from the South. Poring over the scenes, children will see history in action. Once opened, the book can be set up to stretch out and be displayed. It's a sure thing that the ribbons supplied to hold the package together will seldom be tied again. by Amy Gilman, Barbara Tannenbaum. ISBN 9780935172379 (978-35172-37-9) Softcover, Toledo Museum of Art, 2010.

In this video interview, Ohio artist and MacArthur Prize winner Aminah Robinson talks with Toledo Museum of Art curator Amy Gilman about an illustrated episode in the Ragmud Collection, a set of books that contain sculptural pieces, drawings, poems, stories, books-within-books, extended pullouts, and cases. The entire series of the Ragmud Collection can be seen in the exhibition "Aminah Robinson: Voices That Taught Me How to Sing" through Feb. 27, 2011.

Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson (February 18, 1940 – May 22, 2015) was an American artist. Robinson was born in 1940 and raised in Columbus, Ohio, within the close-knit community of Poindexter Village, one of the country's first federally funded metropolitan housing developments. Robinson received her formal art training at the Columbus Art School (now the Columbus College of Art and Design). She continued to live and work in Columbus.

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Six booklets housed in a folding case with die-cut and embossing, string closure; mini-books, multiple fold-outs and accordion folds. Using rich visual language and poetic text, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson tells stories full of humor and universal truths about her family, her community, African American history, and her own life experiences. This book, with its lively mix of formats and intricate design, evokes the experience of paging through Robinson's ten one-of-a-kind artist's books, The Ragmud Collection, now in the Toledo Museum of Art's collection.
The Ragmud Collection: Books by Aminah Robinson ebook
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Amy Gilman,Barbara Tannenbaum
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Toledo Museum of Art; 1st edition edition (November 5, 2010)
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